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AT&T, USA

LTE coverage
plan 300 mil pop covered by 4G LTE by 2014 end @2013.04
plan 250 mil pop covered by 4G LTE by 2013 end @2013.04
200 mil pop covered by 4G LTE @2013.04 
210 markets @2013.06 
2012.09.06 AT&T now offers 4G LTE in 60 markets and plan to reach 100 markets by the end of 2012, the carrier is not expected to have a full LTE rollout until 2013
source 2012-03-15
53 markets in US shores 
~80 million pops, August 2012, with the plans to add 70 million more by 2012 end
AT&T is planning to shut down its 2G wireless network by 2017 as part of its plan to expand its faster networks 4G / LTE. The transition will be complete by the end of 2016.  2012.08

Spectrum
band 17, 700b MHz (up to 20 MHz, but not all markets, 2x10 MHz or 2x5 MHz LTE FDD) 2012.08
band 4 AWS (not all markets) 2012.08
AT&T is planning to transit the 2G users to 3G and re-farm 2G spectrum for LTE purposes 2012.08.05
WCS 2.3 GHz (it will allow to deploy 20 MHz LTE network nationwide, if FCC will permit it) 2012.08
2012.10.18 FCC approves AT&T-Sirius LTE spectrum peace treatyThe deal between the two companies will let AT&T use 20MHz of the band while leaving 10MHz open to avoid potential interference with Sirius.

Investments
up to US$20 billion in 2012

Vendors

Income
US$3.9 billion in 2q2012  

News 
AT&T is planing to shut down its 2G wireless network by 2017. 2012.08.06

2012.11.11 AT&T investing billions in upgrades to 4G LTE network. AT&T claiming to cover >300 mil customers by the 2014 end. Plans to spend >$14 billlion in 2013-2014 to reach 99% of all customers locations. 
2012.11.11 Data cap is 5GB. Proof
2012.09.28 Average DL speed at 13.71 Mbps. 
AT&T (NYSE:T), which is also involved in substantial wireline upgrades, dedicated 54 percent of its total capex to wireless during 1q2012, with an increased investment of $454 million bringing its first-quarter 2012 wireless capex to $2.3 billion, said ABI. 2012.07.29

UE
Smartphones
  1. Apple iPhone 5 A1428, announced 2012.09.12
  2. HTC One X, 2012
  3. HTC One X+, 2012.10
  4. Pantech Flex, announced in Aug.2012, "coming in months"
  5. LG Escape, smartphone, Sep. 2012
  6. LG Optimus G, smartphone, from 2012.11.02
  7. Motorola Atrix HD LTE, Aug 2012
  8. Nokia Lumia 900, 2012
  9. Samsung Galaxy Express, 2012.09
  10. Samsung Galaxy Note, 2012
  11. Samsung Galaxy Note 2, 2012.09
  12. Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro, 2012.09
  13. Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket, smartphone, (US$79.99 in Aug.2012)
  14. Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket HD, smartphone,  2012
  15. Samsung Galaxy S3 4G LTE, smartphone, US$90 w 2 y.contract @2012.09.29
  16. Samsung Focus 2, smartphone, 2012
  17. Sony Xperia ion, 2012
  18. Sony Xperia TL, 2012.10
Tablets
Moduls
  1. ATT_Approved_3G_4G_Modules.xlsx  2012.10.20
  2. Novatel E371 b17 700 / b4 AWS, approved by AT&T 2012.10
  3. Sierra Wireless EM7700,  b17 700 / b4 AWS, approved by AT&T 2012.10
  4. Sierra Wireless MC7700 b17 700 / b4 AWS, approved by AT&T 2012.10

News
2012.11.02 Speedtest 21.62 ; 3.72 Mbit/s
2012.10.15 AT&T's first quad-core LTE phone, LG Optimus G, available Nov.2 
2012.10.07 Speedtest - 32,84 ; 17.56 Mbit/s
2012.03.01 AT&T amends data throttling policy: 5GB for LTE smartphones, 3GB for non-LTE
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